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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- jessica lange, super-model and author molly sims, soccer experts, "men in blazers," featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. [ cheers and applause ] and now, here he is, seth meyers. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, everyone! [ cheers and applause ]
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i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everyone doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] everyone doing well? it's exciting to hear. it's cold out. is everybody okay with the cold so far? [ audience groans ] no? good. no. [ laughter ] this is very exciting news. today, florida -- florida ended their ban on same-sex marriage. [ cheers and applause ] great news. great news. news which means your nanna and her friend, millie, can finally stop pretending that they're just bridge partners. [ laughter ] more political news. today, nia love -- nia love was sworn in as the first black female republican in congress. a black female republican in congress. here's how rare that is. congress has 12 unicorns. [ laughter ] [ applause ] any baseball fans? do we have any baseball fans in the house?
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[ cheers and applause ] we do have some baseball fans. well i was very happy to hear this. today, randy "the big unit" johnson was elected into the baseball hall of fame. [ cheers and applause ] very exciting news. they call him "the big unit" because of his tall stature and randy johnson because of his constant boner. [ laughter ] which i didn't know. but that's -- it's all gonna be on the plaque. [ laughter ] right there for all the kids to read out in old cooperstown. [ laughter ] this is a weird story, tomorrow night the atlanta hawks are giving away discounted tickets courtesy of the dating app, tinder. [ laughter ] also being given away courtesy of tinder, herpes. you can get both. [ laughter and applause ] you could be one of the lucky people who ends up with both. [ laughter ] that's right. the atlanta hawks have teamed up with the app tinder for their game tomorrow, while the new york knicks have teamed up
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with craigslist to try and sell all of their players. [ laughter ] no delivery. if you want, they're free. if you want, you just have to drive over and pick them up. [ laughter ] this is interesting to me. urban outfitters has been ordered, they have been ordered to remove photoshopped images on their u.k. website showing artificial gaps between models's thighs. yeah. so, now if you want to see an artificial gap, you will just have to go to old navy. [ light laughter ] a smattering. how did the old navy joke do? it got a smattering. [ laughter ] i would say it got a reluctant smattering. [ laughter ] this is great news. if you're fans of the jenners,
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anyone who watches the show knows that i'm a huge fan. of all the jenners. [ light laughter ] kylie jenner will appear on the cover of next month's "cosmopolitan." and bruce jenner will appear, if you squint really hard while looking at a picture of bruce jenner. [ laughter and applause ] it's like a magic eye. at this point, he's a magic eye poster. [ laughter ] oh, this is nice. one of the promotional for the new flavors of girl scout cookies features a merit badge with the phrase "on my own." which is the badge you get for eating the most cookies." [ laughter ] it's nice. it's a reward. [ applause ] some sports news, jordanian prince ali, prince ali, says that he will run for president of the soccer organization, fifa, in this may's election. his campaign slogan is -- "prince ali, handsome is he, ali
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ababwa." [ laughter and applause ] kind of catchy. i think very catchy. and finally, this is just great, a chinese inventor has created a video game controller that is operated by the vagina. so, if you're a gamer, a vagina is a thing between a woman's legs. [ laughter and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, this is the 8g band! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: how we doing 8g band? what an exciting 8g band we have with us tonight. first of all, fred it is so great to have you back. happy new year buddy. it is great to see you. >> fred: happy new year. >> seth: fred was not with us last night. he was in l.a. at the "portlandia" premiere last night. the new season of "portlandia"
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starts this thursday. [ cheers and applause ] this very thursday on ifc. also, super bonus, the beautiful, the talented, maya rudolph is with us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] hi, maya! >> i love you seth meyers! >> seth: so good to have you here. maya right now is in "inherent vice" which is out right now. directed by the great paul thomas anderson. so you can see her in that. it's a wonderful film. >> yes. [ applause ] >> seth: and this is exciting. maya and fred, long-time friends, they collaborated on "voce"? >> fred: "voce tem." >> seth: "voce tem" a single from fred's "hometown hero" single series on drag city records. and that is a great. that is a song you got from a sketch, right? >> fred: yeah. >> yeah. >> seth: one i love great deal. and you guys, this is not the first time you have collaborated. you have collaborated so often. >> yeah. >> seth: and again, i just mentioned a couple of projects you guys have going on and i know with fred and with maya as well. you know, i am just constantly blown away by how much you're doing and i just heard something
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that made me lose my mind, if this is true. is it true the two of you collaborated, and i know we have had record low temperatures today, you have collaborated on a way that people can stay warm? >> yeah. >> fred: yeah. >> seth: that's great. [ laughter ] >> it's actually -- we have actually been working with engineers. >> fred: for a couple years now. >> for a couple years. [ laughter ] and this is real. >> fred: yeah. >> this is a real thing. >> seth: that's great. are you at the point now where you can sort of share details about it? >> fred: we want to. it's hard because there's limitations to what we can say. [ laughter ] >> and we might get killed. [ laughter ] >> seth: you worked with engineers for two years. i will say right now, america's very cold. it would be great if you could just give us any -- >> i'm gonna -- if it's all right with you, i'm just gonna, just gonna just tell seth. >> fred: okay. >> what you do is you take your clothes off. [ laughter ] like really slow. [ laughter ] but like each person that wants -- like if i wanted to get warm and you wanted to get warm,
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i would do it first. and you would be like, "okay, i'll wait." [ laughter ] >> seth: am i watching? >> yeah, you're watching. >> seth: okay. >> and when you do that, your pupils dilate and there's this laser beam we created. [ laughter ] stop me when i'm wrong, fred. >> fred: it's so exactly right. [ laughter ] >> that can pick up boner frequencies. boner frequencies. [ laughter ] >> fred: it's just warm. >> it is a scientific term, i'm not saying anything out of line. >> seth: boner frequencies. >> like frequency of your boner. >> seth: gotcha. >> fred: and this is from canadian engineers. these guys work day and night. they work in the morning, they work in the afternoon. >> they are heroes. >> fred: they work in the evening. [ laughter ] they go home, they do work there. they are e-mailing us in the middle of the night. >> they put their kids to bed -- [ laughter ] >> seth: okay, i see now i feel we have gotten away from the process and you are just telling me -- >> just give it up for them. >> seth: now, how did you guys connect with canadian engineers and who had this idea first, which one of you?
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>> fred: the engineers reached out to us. that's the first thing. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> fred: and i didn't know they called maya and i was telling maya. >> it was so weird. >> fred: so weird. and they called her and i was just like, "oh this is such a great thing that's happening. how could we make people warmer? >> 'cause we care about people. that's the thing about me and fred. >> seth: does this process have a name? >> yeah. >> fred: yeah. >> um -- [ laughter ] >> fred: chemo -- leon. >> chemoleon. [ laughter ] >> seth: chemoleon. and when is it available? >> fred: it's always been available. that's the thing. >> it's free! it's free! [ laughter ] >> seth: i don't understand. i don't think i'm ever gonna understand. you guys are the scientists. or at least you know the scientists. >> yeah. >> seth: thank you so much. it is so exciting. chemoleo. >> chemoleon. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: always been available. they work -- they work nights. >> and they put their kids to bed. >> seth: oh my goodness. [ laughter ] we have got such an excellent show for you guys tonight, hollywood legend jessica lange is with us this evening. [ cheers and applause ] also, joining us to talk about her new book, supermodel
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molly sims will be stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] and back again to discuss all things soccer, my friends, michael davies and roger bennett. collectively known as "the men in blazers." [ cheers and applause ] they are gonna be back. we will be right back with more "late night" after this. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [bassist] two late nights in tucson. blew an amp.but good nights. sure,music's why we do this,but it's still our business. we spend days booking gigs, then we've gotta put in the miles to get there. but it's not without its perks.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night", everybody. so, people often will ask me how do you come up with the jokes for the monologue? and i'm always happy to tell them, because i am very proud of our process that we have here at the show. it is very different that the other late night shows. on those shows, the writers will read the news and then they will write punch lines that correspond to those news stories. but our writers have a completely different process. what our writers do is they come up with punch lines independent of news stories.
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[ laughter ] then they write those punch lines down on little pieces of scrap paper and throw them into something that we here call "the joke bucket." [ light laughter ] then, when something happens in the news, i read through these punch lines and find the right one to go with that news story. [ laughter ] now, we walked through this process on the show a couple of times and it is now time to write some new jokes again. so, we just wanted to show it one more time. so i have my news cards right here. these have news stories on each one of them and let's start with the one up top here. a good one. a british woman has made almost $5,000 in the past year selling her breast milk. okay. so, now all we need to do is find ourselves a punch line that matches that story. here we go. "well, i guess i'm the elephant in the room," said the 500-pound gorilla. no, that does not fit. okay. [ light laughter ] next one. let's see what we got here. "more like dr. spock and captain jerk." very funny for a different news story. not fit for this. [ laughter ] okay.
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let's see, a british woman just made about $5,000 selling breast milk. "i bet she's really pumped." there you go! that's joke. [ laughter and applause ] now, whenever we find a joke match, what i do is i staple the two cards together, like so and i give it my stamp of approval and then i ring a joke bell and then i put it in the completed joke bucket. and that's how we know it's done. there you go. there's only one word to describe this system. totally flawless. okay. [ laughter ] we do another one. so let's move on. oh, go to my news card. okay, bruce jenner is reportedly in talks to get his own reality show. juicy setup. very juicy. let's find a punch line to match it as the sherpa said, "once you go yak, you never go back." that does not fit. not quite it. [ laughter ] "spoiler alert, this milk is bad." i get it. doesn't quite work for this. keep looking.
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we'll be right back with more "late night." okay. that's interesting. this should actually be in my we'll be right back with more late night bucket. very useful bucket. all right. moving on. "welcome back to late night." okay. so, obviously that one goes in my welcome back to late night bucket. hey, hey, i should say real quick there have been a lot of high-level discussions amongst the nbc brass about trying to save some money by making me combine these two buckets into one commercial break bucket, but to those people and you know who you are, i would like to say, don't [ bleep ] with my bucks. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] don't [ bleep ] -- with my bucks. sorry about that. so, where were we? ha ha, right. bruce jenner -- bruce jenner is reportedly in talks to get his own reality show. "it's called 19 faces and counting."
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bingo, bango, that's a joke, everybody. so, what do we do? say it with me. we staple it, we stamp it, we ring the joke bell and very rude of me, i forgot to do this earlier, i also sound the joke air horn to let other talk shows in the area know that a joke has been completed. [ air horn ] [ applause ] they can hear that -- they can hear that in los angeles. and then we put it into the completed joke bucket. all right. this is so much fun. i'm sorry, what's that? we only have time for 100 more? oh, one more. well, those are confusing hand signals. i thought this meant 100. oh, it means one. do we even have a signal for 100? seems like we should come up with one. [ laughter ] i feel like this has happened a lot. happened like 100 times. oh, it's happened one time. [ laughter ] this is the first time it's
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happened. don't look at me like that. [ laughter ] ha ha ha. joke. here we go. police arrested a pennsylvania man after he smoked a joint inside a police station. all right. i cannot wait to find a punch line for this one. the israelis have announced they are upgrading from netanyahu to netan gmail. [ laughter ] hey, let see, try another one. when they heard about the cosby allegations spokesman from kraft said "j-e-l-l-oh-no." [ laughter ] not it, okay. all right. sorry about this. there are no more jokes in the joke bucket but don't worry, whenever the joke bucket runs dry, we just head over to the joke well. so, join me in my walk. [ applause ] very simply, when you get to the old town joke well, you just attach the bucket and then we
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very slowly lower it until we hear it hit water. [ laughter ] [ splash ] there we go. you know it's real water because if it was just a sound effect, why would they wait that long? and now let's bring it back up. oh, boy. yeah. a lot of extra rope, right? oh, here we go. [ cheers and applause ] all right. so, there's got to be a good one in here. police arrested a pennsylvania man after he smoked a joint inside a police station. cops are still looking for a cell large enough to accommodate his giant balls. that's a joke. the joke well never fails. so what do we do? we staple it, we stamp it, we ring the bell and we sound the horn. [ air horn ]
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[ laughter ] hate that part. now, we take all the completed jokes and we put them into the joke bucket -- >> seth? seth? is that you? >> seth: reese is that you? >> yeah. hi, seth. >> seth: that's seth reese, he is one of our writers who lives down in the bottom of the joke well. >> hey, seth, how did my netanyahu punch line do? >> seth: oh, netanyahu -- well, went all right. [ light laughter ] >> sounds like it didn't go that great by the way you're talking like that. >> seth: no i think it was really good but we didn't have a story to match it, but we'll definitely do it in the future. >> okay that's cool. make sense. hey, seth, my hands are pretty dry, can you put some lotion in that bucket and send it down? >> seth: i will, but i know it's not for dry hands, you perv. >> ow! >> seth: so, that's about it. look for these jokes in a monologue soon. we will be right back with jessica lange! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] welcome back to "late night" everyone.
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our first guest tonight has won two oscars, three emmys and five golden globe awards. her popular television series, "american horror story: freak show", returns to fx tomorrow night for its final three episodes. let's take a look. >> you two rotting away in that [ bleep ] smeared orphanage. even your sister didn't want you anymore! your family sent you away! you'd still be lying there in that urine-soaked mattress. starving, lying on rats if i hadn't pulled you into the spotlight. look at these. look at these trinkets! shabbily made! confectioneries, they're all meaningless, meaningless, meaningless! >> seth: please welcome jessica lange! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> seth: how are you? it's so lovely to see you. >> thank you. >> seth: you know, that -- i should say that scene you're doing. naomi grossman -- >> yes. >> seth: i went to college with her. >> did you really? >> seth: she is my friend and i should say she is a beautiful girl who is in a lot of makeup. i feel like -- [ laughter ] >> yes, well, yeah. yeah she is. >> seth: this is a -- such an exciting time for you because it's an awards season. you have been nominated for 15 golden globes, six emmys, six oscars, it's amazing. [ cheers and applause ] no i have to ask, i want to know when you go to awards shows, have they gotten boring at all? >> i can't answer that honestly, can i? >> seth: you just did. [ laughter ] >> no they're -- you know -- it's become a bit of a -- talk about a freak show, it's
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become a bit of a freak show. [ laughter ] i mean, you know, it's -- a lot of it's about fashion, which doesn't interest me at all. and -- when you're recognized for your work, of course, it's great. you know, you feel somehow reinforced. >> seth: sure. >> but the lead up to it and the -- and then, you know, sometimes what happens is you give actors the platform to talk about themselves, which is a huge mistake. >> seth: you have the internal clock going when you accept? >> you know, i keep it so simple, it's all about thanking the people that i've worked with and i never thank god or my mother or refer to my -- tell my children to go to bed. [ laughter ] there are certain -- you know, talk about life lessons or the hero or my own life. there are certain things that i deliberately avoid because i find them incredibly pretentious. [ laughter and applause ]
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>> seth: and now, when you get home -- [ cheers and applause ] >> i am not referring to anyone you know. >> seth: no one. they would never even make that connection. but when you get home, of course, all your kids are up and they say "your mom called and she's furious." >> no, actually, i had to tell my son a week later that i'd won an emmy. 'cause i said to him. he said, "where have you been?" and i said, "i had to go to l.a." he said, "what for?" i said, you know, "it was the emmys." and there was this long pause. and i said, "you know, i won." [ laughter and applause ] so, no, they are not -- >> seth: that's good. you've raised them well. >> i have. >> seth: this is the fourth season of "american horror story." it's a different -- you know, completely different characters, different worlds every year and this year, this freak show was your idea, is that right? >> well, i had mentioned this to ryan murphy, who is the creator, two years ago. i said, "let's do a season, you know, that takes place traveling carnival, you know, a troupe of, like, freaks on the road."
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i had thought about setting it kind of in its heyday, which would have been p.t. barnum kind of turn of the century or even -- then i thought, well what a great thing to set it during the dust bowl, during the depression. and this group, ragtag group of freaks traveling from one town to another. but he actually had i thought the brilliant idea of, like, putting it right up against television. so, it was the end of one freak show and the beginning of another freak show. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] yeah. >> and you know, so, we set it in 1952 and it's the tail end, which lends something to it you know? that this is the end of it. >> seth: and you sing a lot this year. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> seth: does that makes you -- you're great! i mean, you -- >> i am not a singer. i am not a singer. >> seth: you're great. >> but it was -- it was great fun to do. i have to say. i really enjoyed it. >> seth: that's good. so you didn't get nervous? 'cause if i have to -- if i would have to sing, i would
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just, like, crawl in a hole. [ laughter ] >> i was nervous. but it wasn't live, you know, so you go in and you record it and, you know, you might do one line ten times because you can't get it right, you know? >> seth: yeah. >> and then when they put it together, they use the line that did work next to the next line that worked. >> seth: right. >> and suddenly it sounds like you know what you're doing. >> seth: so we shouldn't expect to see you in concert any time soon? >> no i won't be doing anything live. not going to be in like a build way musical or anything like that. >> seth: you are, you just have only the one line. just have the one, you can nail it. >> i can nail that one. it's just piecing them together that gets hard. >> seth: you did, this is like we said, your fourth season. so you've played a nun, you've played a southern belle, you played a witch. now you are, you know, the head of the circus, the freak show. do you have a favorite part? >> this one. >> seth: yeah? >> yeah. just because, i mean, you know, the history of this character is so rich and we got to go back and shoot some things, you know, from the wiemar republic and
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that whole period of time, which has always fascinated me. the '20s and '30s in germany, between the wars and that kind of decadent society and what women did to survive. and then to work with this amazing group of people was really, it was a gift. it was a cosmic gift to spend every day with them. really amazing. >> seth: well that's great and this is very exciting, because you have such an illustrious career but this -- you actually have an action figure now. this is from last season, correct? [ cheers and applause ] >> this is the first -- >> seth: your first action figure. >> that's my first -- and i've never seen that picture before. >> seth: isn't it great? it's a great likeness. >> yes, it really is. >> seth: that is exactly the proportion. >> yeah. i particularly like this -- >> seth: they got it. well, i'm hoping to get one for my desk. >> the best thing is one day i was walking down the street and there was this group of young boys sitting -- you swore earlier, didn't you? >> seth: yeah.
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>> okay. so, it's okay. >> seth: go for it. [ laughter and applause ] >> i was walking down the street and i passed this group of young boys and i heard them say, holy [ bleep ] balls, it's the supreme. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and i thought, "that's the greatest." >> seth: that's the greatest. >> the greatest. >> seth: that's better than any award, i'll tell you that right now. >> and whatever it meant to them, i have no idea. >> seth: that's great. thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> seth: jessica lange, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "american horror story: freak show" is on fx tomorrow night. we'll be right back with molly sims. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ high-pitched ] nailed it! [ normal voice ] you're right, that was really easy.
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(record scratch) you say stand n' stuff tortillas old el paso says... start somewhere fresh >> oh, and miss charlock, i just need some contact information from you. >> and -- did glenn ever mention one of micky's ladies? goes by the name of shasta? >> girl's gone missing? >> that's her. >> yeah, she was in love with him. deeply in love. >> shasta and doc lived together for a short while. >> oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: that's the wonderful
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maya rudolph in "inherent vice" which in theaters nationwide this friday. she's been sitting in with the band tonight, we love her. maya rudolph, everybody, one more time! [ cheers and applause ] our next guest this evening is a world famous model, a talented actress and the author of a new lifestyle book entitled "the everyday supermodel," it's available in book stores today. please welcome the lovely molly sims! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: how are you? >> i'm baby bumping. >> seth: you are baby bumping. you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> seth: and you are -- i'm really good at this you are seven months pregnant? >> i am seven moments pregnant. >> seth: i knew that, because i asked you pack stage. [ laughter ] >> yes. you were four months pregnant. >> seth: that is -- and this is your second? >> second. i have a two and a
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half-year-old. >> seth: and that is a boy or girl, your two and a half-year-old? >> he's a boy. >> seth: and so this one is going to be? >> a girl. we just announced it. it's so funny, i was telling your guys backstage, whenever you play music, like she'll kick me. she'll be like, "hey, i'm on seth meyers." >> seth: oh that's great. she already knows that's really good, 'cause that is the demo we are shooting for. [ laughter ] >> time is ticking for you though. >> seth: time is ticking for me to have a kid? i was hoping once you had this one, you wouldn't have any use for the first one. [ laughter ] that's my plan. >> your life does change. i mean, it's amazing. >> seth: i'm glad you said that some people say, "you know what, it's just the same but better." >> no way. >> seth: no. >> no. i mean, it's amazing and he is wonderful and we love him, but the phrase "freedom without guilt." it's just like, you know, instead of my husband being like, "i got totally wasted." he is like, "i got totally overserved." >> seth: right, he just changes and blames other people. >> it's a different, like, you know -- >> seth: hey, look, as long as he is still drunk. [ laughter ] that is the important thing. [ laughter ] so you wrote this book, this is sort of a lifestyle guide?
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>> yeah. >> seth: fashion, health. >> fitness, health, beauty. >> seth: and sort of like things you picked up in the world of modeling? >> yeah, i mean, it's the whole thing is not kind of making fun of the whole, you know, supermodel. but it's always been, like, "oh, supermodel is kind of a weird," -- i know it's great for you guys. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> it's great. but in terms of with women, it's a little bit like, "oh, she's a supermodel." and so i tried to kind of make it more of like, everyone, inside of us, has a model inside of us. to being the best you you can be. >> seth: and turns out for your book, every model inside has somebody they used to look like before they were super stylish. >> oh stop it. >> seth: i like this one right here. >> the butterfly sweater. i know. that was a supermodel in the making. >> seth: so what year is this that you are rock willing the butterfly sweater and doing -- >> dude, i was 18 years old. it was horrible. >> seth: and you don't -- [ laughter ] >> hot rollers, aussie scrunch spray, it was amazing. >> seth: and you look like you're maybe half aware. this is also a real before and after. >> don't you love the --
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>> seth: look at this thing. it looks like you're about eat lobster. [ laughter and applause ] >> and i was wearing a bib. >> seth: yeah. yeah. >> but it's a great book. you know, i just -- just kind of like your inner beyonce, your inner, like sasha fierce. everyone can feel good and look good about themselves. >> seth: this is like easy tips to like just to make everyone look better and your mom plays a role in this book. >> my mom does. >> seth: she is in some of the photo shoots. she's awesome. >> seth: and your mom. you don't come from a showbiz family. >> no. >> seth: were your parents supportive of this lifestyle when you jumped into the world of modeling? you know, they were. i worked really hard to get into vanderbilt. i'm smart, people. [ laughter ] i know you're guessing. but, yeah, i think it was just like so foreign and my mom was always really pretty and skinny. so, you know, she was always so acceptable, like, "okay, you can do anything, you can be anything you want." but it was like hard, she could eat two jars of peanut butter
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and lose weight. >> seth: right. those people are beloved. >> those people are beloved. [ laughter ] and you know like your mom -- the other day was like the best. it was like, "you know with your brother i had a very bad delivery and i went into the hospital at 1:28 and i came out of the hospital at 127. i'm like -- [ laughter ] i gained 80 pounds in my first pregnancy i came out of the hospital at 180. [ laughter ] >> seth: i thought, by the way, i system think you were talking about weight. i thought you were talking about the time she went in. >> no! [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: i went in at 1:28 and went out 1:27. it took negative -- i went in and realized i had had it in the car. [ laughter ] so i had to go back out, which is why at 1:27. >> but weight. >> seth: that's how little i know about having a baby. [ laughter ] all i care about is how much time does it take? i cannot lose a whole day to giving birth to a child. [ laughter ] >> you and alexi just -- i promise you it's tough.
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>> seth: yeah. we will. do you have a name, by the way? have you picked a name? >> you know, my husband, owns stock in this company because the best with nameberry. do you know about nameberry? it's crazy, it's like this app that constantly gives names and he's obsessed with it. with brooks he did a power point. maya, you have four kids. [ laughter ] you know about nameberry, right? [ laughter ] and he becomes like -- he does this whole -- he starts, like, obsessing. >> seth: uh-huh. >> and it's a little annoying. >> seth: i have a blackberry that has a bunch of names in it. [ laughter ] if you ever just want to scroll through my blackberry, i can save you some money on that nameberry app. that sounds like, i don't know, there's 1,000 books that do the same thing. >> exactly. >> seth: i got a new app called "phone book." [ laughter and applause ] well, best of luck, so exciting for you. congratulations on the book, congratulations on the baby. thank you, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] molly sims, everybody, "the everyday supermodel" in stores today. we will be right back with the men in blazers. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back everybody, our next guests are soccer analysts who host their own show, "men in blazers" monday nights on the nbc sports network and they host a very popular podcast of the same name. please welcome back to the show, the men in blazers, roger bennett and michael davies. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: gentlemen, welcome back. >> thank you for having us. >> seth: so happy to have you back. let's get right into it you guys. you guys have been covering the season, we're about halfway through. and seems like americans are paying more attention to premier league soccer than ever before. >> thank god. absolutely and completely. yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> americans up there. >> seth: yes. and it's easier now to watch it certainly nbc -- not to toot the
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horn of the network here but a lot of -- have a lot of the games on, and not as easy as when you first moved here. how did you follow soccer when you first moved here? >> i moved here in 1990. a big game back then. i had to phone up my father and have him take the phone and put it against the radio and listen to it like that. but now -- >> he was one of the lucky ones. one of the lucky ones. >> now i get to watch every single game, partially because it's a digital sport and the same way baseball blew up in the golden age of the radio, baseball now taking -- baseball's kind of fading, soccer's come in, but also, americans, they love to drink, they love an excuse to drink early in the morning and if you're in a bar at 7:00 in the morning, and the television's on, you got a guinness, you got social problem, the television showing chelsea and you got a pint of guinness, you're a football fan. >> seth: yes, they love that. [ applause ] there is something about the american love for the game is starting to infect the way that people watch football you are not happy with?
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>> well, you know, we're just noticing that americans have taught us things, we're still sort of handicapped because we're british watching football and we have got a raven, an e-mail, early on when we started doing the podcast that noticed that no british people seem to own sunglasses. so on those rare days when the sun comes out at premier league soccer games, the entire south bank of the stands watched the entire game like that. and no one owned sunglasses. >> however, it's changing, seth, because now we notice in the crowd, as the game is growing in america, americans are going to the crowd, for the first time, we are seeing sunglasses at premier league soccer matches. [ laughter ] >> you americans witness the nature of the moment. [ laughter ] >> seth: glad we could bring it to life you guys. you cover the games, i will say this, i'm not just blowing smoke, no one covers the managers in the game of football better than you guys. we've had a great first half of the season as far as managers go, talk me through some of your highlights. >> there was -- well there -- >> well managers are huge characters in the game. the other thing we love about premier league soccer is almost fighting.
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almost fighting the big thing. and we saw one of the great almost fights in the history of the premier league recently between arsenal manager arsene wegner and chelsea manager lovet, sort of man you love to hate, manager of chelsea. and we saw a fantastic almost fight between them. >> seth: we have a clip. here it is. >> arsene wegner approaching out of his tent. pushes, mourhino goes on john jones, it's a tight lit right into his nose. excellent, excellent move. i mean, you have tony twist and rob ray beating each other up. >> thank god for that. >> seth: two men fighting over a dinner reservation at a very nice restaurant. >> linda evans, that's violence in england. violence. >> louie van pal. the dutch manager, my beloved dutch -- now he's the manager at manchester united, you guys have noticed something about it. >> english premier league new friend, dutch -- it doesn't matter whether his team is winning or whether they are losing that gentleman literally does not move a muscle.
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his team will go down a goal, he doesn't solid high five you have ever seen in the world. >> seth: let's take a look. here he is. this is him. [ laughter ] >> his favorite moments of the season right there. >> his team has just scored a goal. no reaction, he just carries on writing his auto biography, most solid high five in the world of sports. he's like he's -- he's shaking hands with kofi annan on the u.n. floor. >> when fred the red doesn't bring a smile to your face, no one can. >> seth: now, i will want to point out that's very normal for dutch people. and when i lived there, i was doing comedy, i was doing live comedy, that was the face i was seeing in the crowd. night after night. >> you kill it had. you killed it. >> seth: and then my team, west ham, last time you were here, you were sort of throwing them in the mix with all the other sort of blue teams and here they are. >> in many ways with the football but also -- >> well, and lack of violence, bubbles, everyone loves bubbles, you love bubbles. >> seth: i love bubbles. >> west ham fans love bubbles, bubbles will one of the great things, seeing near a clip from west ham, the bubbles fly out
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between the game, everyone loves them, except for west ham manager sam allerdyce. >> that man is 70% made out of ham. kidney pie and a hippopotamus had a bastard child that's what it would look like. does not like bubbles. >> seth: does not like bubbles. [ applause ] now, one of the most unique things about soccer there is not true about american soccer is the drop. the fact that three teams, the worst three teams will get -- >> you give the worst teams a first round draft pick, we push them through the moon door into the minor leagues. >> bankruptcy. >> yeah. >> seth: and now, tell us about a couple of the teams that are sort of the battling the drop, so to speak. >> crystal palace. >> seth: tell us about crystal palace? it sounds fancy, crystal palace sounds like a fancy place. >> you know, i'm from south london, not far from crystal palace, it is not fancy. crystal palace have imported some great american things to south london. number one, cheerleaders. the only cheerleaders we have ever seen in britain appear at crystal palace before games. >> the least erotic cheerleaders
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since will farrell and cheri oteri were on "saturday night live." >> and they also have an eagle, which we've never seen an eagle in england before. >> it's the most depressed eagle since -- >> seth: a bald eagle -- >> a real -- the new york yankees, they let the eagle fly and your blood pumps and, when they do this at crystal palace, the eagle is embarrassed to be there. it's a very depressed eagle since glen frey. [ laughter ] >> her name is kayla. >> seth: kayla? >> her name is really, we used to have an empire, and now we don't. >> seth: now we have an eagle named kayla. i'm so happy to announce that this due to the success of the show, you guys are -- you're going on to the super bowl. that's so great. >> we are. we are going to the super bowl. i mean, frankly, we only really got into this soccer business because we really love american football. >> yeah, sure. >> especially the punting and the kicking. >> kickers and punters are people too, america. >> seth: you're on the punting beat. >> punting is winning. punting is winning. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> seth: well, i will watch the show. i'll be looking forward to your take on the superbowl. i'll be looking forward to your take on the second half of the season. next time you guys are here, i promise to be wearing my -- my -- yeah, we will, i promise i will make it up to you. thank you so much. give it up for the men in blazers, everybody, roger bennett and michael davies. [ cheers and applause ] monday nights on the nbc sports network. you can check it out. and look for new episodes of their podcast every tuesday. we will be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ring ring! progresso! i can't believe i'm eating bacon and rich creamy cheese before my sister's wedding
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to jessica lange, molly simms, the men in blazers, maya rudolph and of course, the 8g band. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "carson daly." we will see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ >> carson: and welcome to "last call." i am your host carson daly coming to you tonight from the kroq studios and 97.1 amp radio here in los angeles. thanks for being here. tonight, it is night number tw of weezer. also tonight, we snapshot singer/songwriter orenda fink. plus thomas sadoski may not be a household name yet, but he is currently on a bit of a roll. you can check him out in hbo's "the newsroom," and on the silver screen in the films "wild" and "take care." to find out more about thomas, we go now to bardot at avalon hollywood for the "last call" spotlight.


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